Change default for Colorize?

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Re: Change default for Colorize?

by tim » 03 Dec 2019, 03:01

@enxio27 , Please see Foreground color colorize plug-in
I think you'll like it.

Re: Change default for Colorize?

by enxio27 » 02 Dec 2019, 23:05

Krikor wrote:
02 Dec 2019, 06:08
In addition to the option given by Tim, you could create a preset with the desired color, or use the last preset used if it is the color you want.
I'll try that, but it still annoys and frustrates me that I can't make the tool use the foreground color as the default, instead of the hard-wired aqua color.

Re: Change default for Colorize?

by enxio27 » 02 Dec 2019, 22:59

tim wrote:
02 Dec 2019, 05:52
Not that I know of, but you're only 3 clicks away from it.
After clicking Colorize, click on the Color to change it, then click eyedropper (from the color select window) and click on foreground color and you have it.
That's all well and good, but if I have multiple items to colorize, it's a HUGE hassle. I wish the developers wouldn't hard-wire stuff like this into the code. And if I want to adjust the color a bit after clicking OK, reopening the Colorize tool dumps me back at the default color again. Not acceptable behavior.

Re: Change default for Colorize?

by tim » 02 Dec 2019, 06:13

Or another option is after clicking Colorize, Drag the foreground color and drop it onto the colorize window's color...it'll change the colorize color to the foreground color,.

Re: Change default for Colorize?

by Krikor » 02 Dec 2019, 06:08

In addition to the option given by Tim, you could create a preset with the desired color, or use the last preset used if it is the color you want.

Re: Change default for Colorize?

by tim » 02 Dec 2019, 05:52

Not that I know of, but you're only 3 clicks away from it.
After clicking Colorize, click on the Color to change it, then click eyedropper (from the color select window) and click on foreground color and you have it.

Change default for Colorize?

by enxio27 » 02 Dec 2019, 05:09

Is there a way to make the Colorize tool default to the foreground color or the last color used instead of the aqua color it defaults to now?

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